After the demand of seven smart cities in the state by Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. The Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar yesterday announced that the state government will develop two smart cities in Haryana.
“On the basis of population, two smart cities will be developed in Haryana for which parameters have been set and a survey will be conducted in this regard by July 21,” Khattar said in Rohtak.
He said that for developing smart cities, facilities like infrastructure, education, medical facility, electricity, water and participation of people would be checked.
“The Centre has initiated Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) and Awas Yojana where 500 cities throughout India will be developed under AMRUT and a target has been set to construct two crore houses for all in urban areas by next seven years under Awas Yojana,” Khattar said.
According to the reports, Haryana government would be constructed 100 new hospital buildings, 12 new community centres and 12 Primary Health during the year 2015-16. The Chief Minister said the state government has decided to open Medical College in every district to promote medical education in the state and in days to come, there will be at least one private or government medical college in every district.
Indian Central Government has launched three mega projects 100 Smart Cities project, AMRUT City projects and Housing Scheme for all for transforming urban India. Around Rs. 3 lakh crore budgets has been allocated for these projects in next 5 years.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is very initiative for develop urban India and actively working on these projects. The Indian Government want transform urban cities in Smart Cities and high tech city.
100 Smart City Projects
Indian Government Rs. 48,000 Crore is spent on creating 100 Smart Cities in India. Indian Government shows of buildings percentage of Smart Cities project in India.
State Percentage (%)
Govt’s smart city project will need rectify issues if they want to develop world class Smart Cities in India.
Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) for 500 Teir 2 and Teir 3 state will be launched with Smart City project.
List of selected state but Uttar Pradesh (UP) again leads nominate cities under this project.
State No. of City
Uttar Pradesh 64
Tamil Nadu 33
Andhra Pradesh 31
West Bengal 28
Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna (PMAY) Housing-for-All by 2022
Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna (PMAY) Housing-for-All by 2022 will see the government spend about Rs 3 lakh crore in the next seven years as it aims to construct 2 crore affordable houses in urban areas for slum dwellers and people from economically-weaker sections and low income groups.
Under the housing scheme, interest subsidy of 6.5 per cent on housing loans with tenure up to 15 years will be provided to EWS and low income groups, giving them a benefit of about Rs 2.3 lakh each.
Uttar Pradesh will get 13 number of cities to be developed as smart cities under 100 smart cities has followed by Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra.
After flagship Urban projects, the government has assigned number of cities. These cities can nominate under 100 smart cities project as well as under the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation scheme.
UP have a great opportunity to nominate 13 cities to be developed as smart cities according to a senior official of Urban Development Ministry about 64 RPT 64 cities in the state have been identified under AMRUT scheme.
Smart City News: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch two flagship urban development programs in this month after a high-profile celebration on 21 june.
officials said the PM will launch two mission for developing 100 smart cities and 500 cities over the next five years first Smart Cities Mission and second Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT).
According to urban development ministry officials, the guidelines follow an incentive-based approach to get funds for developing urban infrastructure in cities.
This is a high degree of autonomy for the states, and the two mission for designing the urban renewal project will be directed under the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
After the launch of two high- profile mission the PM making a strong political pillar in comparison of UPA’s urban renewal mission with the BJP’s commitment.
The Modi government has committed Rs 98,000 crore for five years, according to the UPA’s report card, which says that the commitment was Rs 42,800 crore and the final release was Rs 36,000 crore under JNNURM.